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Subject: i remember oh yeah do i
these and the Garden shows before were the last of the great ones. this show smokes of course it's not a 73 Dark Star but it's still sweet as hell. The Eyes is good also throw in that 1st set Cumberland and i'm happy. I loved these shows I got in 21 22 25 & 26 was lucky cuz I kinda remember it was a hard ticket to get. after this tour though I thought it was kinda hit & miss as to really good shows. Definately by far the best post-Brent run I saw maybe late 90.
Subject: '91 Dead
This show reminds me, over and over again, of why I love post-Brent era Dead. Check out Summer '92, '93, and Spring '94 shows for more magic. Bruce and Vince occasionally worked well together in '91, when Bruce managed to leave the accordion on the bus and Vince stopped playing with that damn circus organ grinder sample.
Subject: great 90s show
while there are a number of good 90s shows this is definitely one of the best an this miller remaster sounds fantastic. all of the guys are really just goin off. Garcia plays some great midi horn solos on Mexicali.
Subject: Just Love This Show!
This was always one of my favourite tapes. Thanks for posting this fantastic soundboard. The first set isn't what makes this show special (although I'm a sucker for Cumberland). The second set is some of my favourite Dead; I don't know if it's so much in the performances (although I think they sounded on for the most part) but the song selections. Come on... Dark Star>Saint of Circumstance>Eyes Of The World to kick off the second set. You don't get better than that! They go on to top themselves (or try to) with the post-drums Other One>Dark Star>Attics. The Brokedown>Good Night was a perfect way to close up.
Sure the jams weren't particularly long and they were a handful of flat moments but I think this show was an absolute gem.
Subject: vg show for most part
Vg show overall. Though he's a wonderful player in general, Horsnby leaves me scratching my head some times. He absolutely butchers what could have been a beautiful BROKEDOWN PALACE, with his aggressive, loud and staccato accordian playing. Sometimes he just sticks out too much when he could do more service to the group by blending (or, in this case, not choosing a mid-heavy inappropriate instrument).